Anthony Bourdain Snags More Emmy Nominations, Continues to Conquer World

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The nominees for the 2015 Emmys are officially out, and the always opinionated Anthony Bourdain is up for an award once again. For the third time in as many years, the budding media mogul is nominated in the outstanding host in a reality or reality competition program category for his work on cooking-competition show The Taste. (Despite the fact that the show is no more; also of note, Top Chef got yet another nod as well in the outstanding reality-competition program category.)

And, as in the past, Bourdain’s main gig, Parts Unknown, is making a big splash with four more nominations, including outstanding informational series or special and outstanding writing for nonfiction. Before this year, Bourdain had been nominated ten times and taken home two awards, not counting those otherwise awarded to his shows.

[Vulture, Emmys]

Anthony Bourdain Snags More Emmy Nominations, Continues to Conquer World